NEWPORT, RI --
The Naval Undersea Warfare
Center (NUWC) Division Newport will hold a job fair on Wednesday, April 13,
from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Undersea Collaboration and Technical Outreach
Center in Building 80, the brick building on Access Road in Middletown adjacent
to NUWC’s main gate.
NUWC is seeking new
professionals in several technical job specialties, including computer scientists,
computer engineers, electronics engineers (electrical), mechanical engineers
(ocean, marine, and robotics), mathematicians, and physicists.
NUWC Division Newport is also
seeking new professional contract specialists at the event.
The job fair is open to U.S. citizens
who are registered for Selective Service, if applicable, and able to obtain and
maintain a security clearance.
Engineering candidates must hold degrees from an ABET-accredited
institution. Computer science,
mathematics, or physics degrees must be from an accredited or pre-accredited
applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited educational
institution authorized to grant baccalaureate degree and have earned at least
24 semester hours in any combination of the following fields: accounting, business, finance, law,
contracts, purchasing, economics, industrial management, marketing,
quantitative methods, or organization and management (this latter requirement can
be obtained within the bachelor’s degree or in addition to the degree).
Candidates should bring
multiple copies of their resumes, transcripts, and veterans’ documents (if
applicable). Interviews may be conducted
Attendees should not drive to
NUWC’s Gate 23, but should park in the Building 80 parking lot.
Those unable to attend are
encouraged to email resume, transcript and any other supporting documents to email@example.com. Contracting
specialist candidates should include “Contracting” in the subject line of the
Division Newport, part of the Naval Sea System Command, is one of two divisions
of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center. NUWC Division Newport’s mission is to
provide research, development, test and evaluation, engineering and fleet
support for submarines, autonomous underwater systems, undersea offensive and
defensive weapons systems, and countermeasures. NUWC’s other division is
located in Keyport, Wash.